– Former WWE, WCW and ECW star 2 Cold Scorpio returned to the ring at a Great North Wrestling event during the Hawkesbury Bike Festival a few weeks back, taking on GNW Canadian Champion Hannibal. Below is video from the match, courtesy of Hannibal TV:
– This week’s WWE 205 Live episode is still scheduled to run for one hour on the WWE Network at 10:30pm EST, right after the finals of The Mae Young Classic end. As noted, Rich Swann vs. TJP will take place on this week’s 205 Live.
The Mae Young Classic episodes will begin airing at 1pm EST on Tuesday afternoon with the “Bracketology” hosted by Corey Graves and WWE Hall of Famer Lita. There will then be a Red Carpet Special at 6pm EST, hosted by Cathy Kelley. That event will air exclusively on Facebook. Ronda Rousey, Olympic gold medalist Hope Solo, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, The Bella Twins, Bayley, Charlotte Flair, cast members of Netflix series “GLOW” and others are expected to appear on the red carpet, live from Las Vegas. The tournament finale with Kairi Sane vs. Shayna Baszler will then air at 10pm EST exclusively on the WWE Network once SmackDown goes off the air. The finale is scheduled to feature just one match – Sane vs. Baszler.
As a reminder, there will be a tournament recap special hosted by Charly Caruso that airs on the WWE Network after tonight’s RAW goes off the air. The thirty-minute show will feature Tessa Blanchard, Jazzy Gabert and Kay Lee Ray vs. Santana Garrett, Sarah Logan and Marti Belle, which was taped at Full Sail University during the tournament tapings.
– WWE and various Superstars are remembering 9/11 on social media today. Below are posts from Triple H, Roman Reigns, John Cena and WWE United States Champion AJ Styles, along with some flashback videos from that year.
With each passing year, it is our responsibility to honor those lost and those who continue to fight to protect us. We will #NeverForget.
— Triple H (@TripleH) September 11, 2017
— Roman Reigns (@WWERomanReigns) September 11, 2017
On a day where time stood still, America stood together.
Bruised, but not broken.
Down, but not defeated.
And we will #NeverForget.
— John Cena (@JohnCena) September 11, 2017
— WWE (@WWE) September 11, 2017
I am so incredibly proud to be US Champ b/c I get to represent US…so today & ALWAYS, we must honor those lost on 9/11. God Bless the USA.
— AJStyles.Org (@AJStylesOrg) September 11, 2017